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business edidentitior liz mcdonalted. >> does kim jong-un have to follow through on all of his threats to save face? i spray painted the word dork on stewart varny's door for the same reason . what the yoga and easter egg roll and what does jim carrey think of fox news and where i am getting loaded after the show. >> my dressing room. >> hit the margarita or tequilla bottle. >> we'll see you in a bit. we'll welcome our gests. she's so hot. criminal defense attorney reny spencer and i will meet you, too. and polarity was an air horn, it would be comedian joe derosa and recording his new album in the laughing skull in atlanta april 4th through 7th. i hope it is it a great title but it won't. paris is considered a flower pot . so tough he rents himself out as construction equipment. oh, yeah, sitting next to me u.s. army special forces. i am getting scared. terry chapert. that's the first. am telling hr, you will not let him out of here, greg. >> get used to it and he pulled the trigger to make himself look bigger. north korea continue to bluster . concern that north korea kim jong-un is
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. >>> "outfront" next. north korea scrapping a 60-year armistice with the south. has kim jong-un gone too far, and dennis rodman speaks again. >>> controversy in europe after horse meat is discovered at restaurants. so why is horse meat about to be processed here in the united states? >>> and i sit down with the former first lady, laura bush. how she sees the gop changing. let's go "outfront." >>> and good evening, everyone, i'm erin burnett. tough talk from north korea. today north korean officials scrapped the armistice that's created nearly 60 years of peace, uneasy peace, but peace with south korea. this after the u.n. security council unanimously passed tougher sanctions thursday against pyongyang. the reason for those sanctions, north korea's third nuclear test. north korea also threatened in an editorial in its state-run newspaper that, quote, as the armistice agreement has been nullified, no one can expect what will happen next. so is this just your run-of-the-mill sabre rattling, or does north korea's new young leader have something to prove and have the will to prove it? president o
with his new friend the north korean leader kim jong-un. >>> president obama is taking his new outreach campaign directly to capitol hill just as leading republicans are reviving parts of their agenda from the 2012 presidential campaign. his former rival house budget committee chairman paul ryan sounded a lot like he did back out there on the campaign trail last year. our chief congressional correspondent dana bash is joining us live from capitol hill right now. dana, what's the latest that's going on because there's a lot of activity. >> reporter: there sure is. you know, wolf, one of the reasons he picked paul ryan as his runningmate because ryan is considered one of the smartest minds and best spokespeople on the issue of republican economic principles and today ryan doubled down on those ideas. if all this looks familiar, it should. >> the house budget committee republican majority, putting out yet again a budget that addresses america's need. >> reporter: there are some differences between this paul ryan budget and those in years past. the biggest, the election day smackdown ryan a
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the evil dictator kim jong un. look, a new movie. >> an unconventional cop with a flare for destruction takes out an international arms dealer and only one man can help him succeed, rodman un, unstoppable. the supreme leader is now your supreme action leader. coming soon. >> get it out of here. soon. >>> another carnival cruise ship broke down, and it's called the carnival dream, that's the name of this one. the last one was the triumph. and how about better names for the ships, like misery, or oh, what is that smell? >> we are going to hear about that forever. it's his visual look in the first place. >> yeah, and the shades. he's got the look. >>> thank you for starting your morning with us. >> we have much more here on "cnn saturday morning," and we start right now. good saturday morning to you. so glad you are up with us bright and early. i am susan hendrix in for randi kaye. >> and i am joe johns. >>> we have seen reports this morning that the north test fired a pair of short-range missiles into the east sea. it's a direct threat to south korea. >> but here in the u.s. the pentagon
has the gal to not tell all. he says he can't reveal every detail about the fun with kim kim jong-un. in an interview he described the little leader as, quote, not one of the saddam hussein characters who wants to take over the world. and then he gave an account of kim's love of disco music. and then other stuff "the worm" wouldn't confirm. he said, i won't tell you if the toilets were made of gold as i promised kim i wouldn't talk about that stuff. there is a lot of stuff i can't talk to you about. dennis wouldn't even confirm the rule there all north korean kitties sound like baby goats. we have tape. >> it is a weird culture. you know, joe, i don't really care about dennis rodman. the thing that scares me about the story is he is withholding information about a nuclear armed enemy of the united states because he is friends with the guy. isn't that treason? >> i think so. i am so torn with this. on the one hand i think it is treason and then i say is this that different than nixon going overseas in the 60s and getting the nuclear threat taken down from us. i would rather a presiden
if the threats are indications of real insecurity in the regime or kim jong un's way of asserting authority. >> we don't really know the internal situation in terms of what he might have to do or who he might have to owe in terms of the ability to sustain power. >> reporter: in fact, u.s. officials tell us that it is extre extremely difficult to get human intelligence on the inner workings of the regime. they're not as worried about the big grand scale attack, but they are worried about smaller provocations like shelling some of those islands there near south korea that could lead to a tit for tat response and really see things escalate on the peninsula. ka kate? >> this is just the latest in a string of threats as you well know and you've talked about. thanks so much from the pentagon for us this evening. >>> let's dig deeper on this now with the veteran diplomatic troubleshooter, former new mexico governor and u.n. ambassador bill richardson. i don't need to remind our viewers, governor, but you have been to north korea a number of times and most recently just in january. thanks so much f
that armistice agreement that fundamentally ended the korean war back in 1953. north korean leader kim jong-un has been down visiting his front-line troops and basically gave them a big war cry, saying to lull the enemy into the caldron, to break their waist and crack their wind pipes, a very visual and motive language, but we are used to that rhetoric coming from him, but while he was rallying the troops, the south koreans and the u.s. military are holding those joint military drills on the korean peninsula. and south korea has said that if there is any military provocation from pyongyang, that it will respond in a resolute and destructive manner, john. >> we're looking at pictures of these military drills just a second ago, and the u.s. and south korea, we have conducted drills like this before, so the question is, why is north korea really reacting so acongreggres here? >> reporter: it's a great question, john, because as you say, this is something that happens every single year. the americans and the south koreans, they are using some pretty advanced weaponry, the f-52 stealth, the b-52 bo
korea. take a look at this photo with me. here he is, the leader of north korean leader kim jong-un meeting with military leaders today. here he is, sorting through documents. but you'll see in a moment, there is a map behind him. see that over his left shoulder. lines drawn to places like hawaii, places like california, and what's more is this. yet another piece of propaganda video, shows animation of north korean missiles destroying u.s. bomber planes. this comes just a day after the united states sent b-2 stealth bombers over south korea for military drills, a move that north korea says is a threat of quote/unquote nuclear war. bev within reporting, getting and hearing this growing rhetoric from north korea in recent weeks, the nation calling the u.s. warmongers and imperialists. u.s. officials, they say they are concerned. >> i think they're very provocative actions. and belligerent tone has ratcheted up the danger. and we have to understand that reality. >> so chris lawrence for us at the pentagon. chris, i want a reality check. how serious now is the u.s. taking this threat th
up. victor, alison? >> jim, we saw the photographs just a few seconds ago of kim jong-un with four generals behind him and the map in the background talks about targets in the u.s. what is the likelihood that kim jong-un and his army could pull that off? >> in a word, zero. they cannot hit the u.s. mainland with what they have now. if they were to launch that missile that they put up to put a satellite in orbit, they'd have to leave it on the launch pad probably ten days as they fueled it up. they simply don't have the capability, they're too vulnerable, but they do have medium and long-range missiles with a range of about 1,300 miles the longest ones and that does put guam and japan within range, those missiles work and there are concerns over that, the concerns are over the more low level things they could do, the cyber attacks like we saw in the banks, the incident like the "cheonan" that was lost in 2010, those are things that south korea and the u.s. are keeping a close eye on tonight. >> jim clancy in seoul, south korea, for us, thank you. >>> we've got much more ahead this h
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basketball with the north korean leader kim jong-un. the two sat together at a harlem globetrotter's game. kim jong-un at one point told rodman you are a friend for life. >>> the harlem shake now has the aengs of t aengs of t attention of the faa. this was taped last night on frontier airlines. the faa is looking into the incident saying it's trying to determine the circumstances of the videotaping and if it affected flight safety. >>> the world watch as pope benedict left the vatican the final time yesterday and it appears steven colbert was watching as well. >> folks the world is now in uncharted theological unchartered territory because as of 8:00 p.m. central vatican time, we are officially popeless! yes. we have been disimpopenatet. we have undergone a popenectomy. pope goes the weasel. during his last day, the artist formerly known as pope tendered his resignation and as with all departing popes, he raised his investments to the rafters. >> i know pope benedict is laughing. he does have a sense of humor. the pope actually will spend the rest of his life out of the public life in a m
sight. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> you're in "the situation room." >>> strong man kim jong-un spelled out his potential targets on a map during an emergency meeting with his generals. one of those targets, austin, texas. yes, texas. raising the question, should the u.s. military take kim jung un seriously. >> let's bring in chris lawrence. he's doing serious reporting on this. what are you hearing, chris? >> wolf, a lot of people in texas right now have to be wondering, how in the world did we end up on any sort of target list with a bull's-eye. u.s. officials aren't concerned about austin, but they are very worried about this escalating rhetoric. look past the picture of kim jong-un putting north korean rockets on standby inside his military command. there's a chart marked, u.s. mainland strike plan, with missile trails aiming at hawaii, california, d.c., and for some reason, austin, texas. it's wishful thinking on pyongyang's part. they can't reach the u.s. yet. but tens of thousands of american troops are well within range of a more limited strike, something short of an all
with dennis rodman and kim jong-un together. >> they look great together. >> they look odd together. good morning, everyone. welcome to "early start." >> it is friday -- friday, march 1st. 5:00 a.m. in the east. we're going to get started right now. there is a terrifying ordeal unfolding as we speak. a man disappeared in a sink hole that opened up under his bedroom. the home is unsafe right now. this happened at a house about 15 miles east of tampa. one brother frantically tried to save another. the first responders had to pull him from the edge because the sink hole kept growing. the missing man is 36 years old. the tampa day times says crews are using gear to listen for sound from him. so far, they have not been able to make any kind of contact. we'll have a live report in just a few moments. >> wow. the details on that just opened up? >> really scary. >> crazy. all right. right now wildfire spreading across river side county in california. it forced people to evacuate their homes. you'll understand why when you look at these pictures. 200 firefighters are battling the blaze. authoritie
this kim jong-un is not being well received. and i think they are trying to kind of boost his status to some sort of wartime leader. owe obviously, it bears very close watching. >> this just the latest sign of the rising tensions between the two koreas. the north has put its military units on combat-ready status following joint military exercises between south korea and the united states and the recent united nations sanctions against the north. man through chance is at the border between north and south korea. good morning, matthew. >> reporter: carol, good morning. that's right. a lot of tension is growing here. those latest statements coming from north korea. saying they've cut off that key hot line between the two militaries north and south. it's significant because there aren't that many opportunities for the two militaries which face off across that border. to communicate with each other. and so, this is obviously, you know, going to impact potentially on communication between the two sides, particularly over the -- what's calls the industrial complex. that's where the hot line
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there with kim jong un. we look for rational answers why he did "x" or "y." with karzai, he is unstable. i don't want to speculate about his psychological health but the way he acts and the way he speaks he is mercurial and largely incomprehensible. it makes no sense whatsoever to accuse the united states of collaborating with the enemy unless you want america to leaf because we saw the reaction from joe manchin to angeer the americans in to leaving which will leave him alone. without any support, without any state run and he will end up at the top of the lamp post. as happened to the soviet, the leader of afghanistan in the sew yet days after the soviets left. the only possible irrationm explanation he promised the people he would take control of the prison at bagram air base. that was supposed to happen on the visit. it apparently didn't because of a last-minute dispute over the powers of the u.s. and afghans. and i think he might have been humiliated by fact he thought he could deliver and it turned out he can't get back the sovereignty he promised his people. so that may be an explanation.
started hanging out with kim jong-un i thought it was the weirdest thing i ever seen. but days later when steven seagal started hanging out with vladimir putin i thought maybe there is something to this. maybe the secret of patching up relations with notorious world leaders rests on the charms of the 90s. we'll go to evil dictator 90s era personality matchmaker. what better way to rebrand the personality than to pair him up with clutzy neighbor steve urk urkkel. steve will teach him how to be the clutzy neighbor next door. killing thousands of my own citizens--did i do that? next up, fidel castro--is he still alive. we're going to match him up with the principal of "saved by the bell." if they're both alive or if thereabout deadthey're both dead they're going to retire in arizona. and finally the ghost of hugo chavez will be paired up by the ghost of patrick swayze in the movie "ghost." they'll strap on comfy track suits. it will be awkward at first. but once that clay starts spinning it will be peace and harmony. i'm still trying to decide which spice girl is good for ahmadinejad. i'm do
korean force and over a million forces led by kim jong-un. >> this particular combination, the intense rhetoric, also unpredictable leader makes this a pretty tense moment. >> and the u.s. military intelligence is watching north korea very carefully. they have increased surveillance. so far they say they have not seen signs of any unusual north korean troop movements. wolf? >> they hope it is just verbal bluster. >> that's the problem. is it bluster or could it be real. it is steps the north has taken under this relatively new leader are really very different and very threatening. >> much more coming up. >>> they are called green on blue attacks. a gunman in the uniform of afghan security forces killed american troops. the shooting came as defense secretary chuck hagel wrapped up his first visit to afghanistan as secretary of defense and follows another outrageous verbal assault by karzai. barbara starr joins us with the latest. it was a slap in the face to the defense secretary, the way he was treated by karzai on the first visit abroad as the defense secretary. >> well, indeed, wolf.
kim jong un is willing to take to show not only the world but the powerful people in his own country how tough he is. north korea is cutting a military hot line and delivering a sobering message via state tv. >> the korean peninsula is now in a simmering nuclear war. >> if there is an escalation of tensions, the opportunity to use the crisis management tools are gone. >> reporter: a pentagon official called pyongyang's actions a complete mystery. an intelligence official says the u.s. is trying to figure out if it is just rhetoric or if the bluster is being driven by something behind the scenes. >> the north koreans aren't going to achieve anything through these threats and provocations. >> reporter: one analyst says this could be a test. >> it's almost like kim jong un is taking a book of flinches and carefully documenting at which point his adversaries do flinch. >> john park says kim's father would do something provocative then sit back and milk it for more time. the son is showing a new leadership style. kim jong un launched a long-range rocket and quickly followed up with a nucl
anything wrong. >> and dennis rodman told north korea's supreme leader kim jong-un he has a friend for life. they sat next to each other at a basketball exhibition in north korea. rodman is there to film a documentary. a journalist that is there with them offered an invitation to kim jung un and said he should come out to the u.s. and visit. the invitation was met with laughter. >> i wonder if dennis rodman has any idea what he has done to his people and continues to do with the gulags and concentration camps. >> he said he wanted to meet psy. the south korean rapper. >> maybe he should read a book before he goes there. >> maybe. >>> hello budget cuts. dana bash is reporting about the $85 billion across the board spending cuts that will begin at the end of the day tomorrow. why? members of congress, the only ones with the power to stop the cuts, are not done. >>> plus this. >> give it to him, hard. >> everything that happened to me on that bus happened every day, if not worse. >> that's a boy named alex, a boy documented in "bully." tonight you'll see how his life has changed. a preview of
rodman, is currently in north korea telling everyone that kim jong-un, the supreme leader, is his supreme mate. what is dennis up to? >> isn't that the most beautiful thing in the world? >> does he know what he's doing? >> it absolutely is. you know, we're talking about what really is going to bring people together. the first thing is always going to be it's elvis. he will elvis is cool and you've got a fan of basketball who's over in this horrible country treating their people terribly, nuclear stuff, and they've got dennis rodman, a good old american who is over there doing great stuff. >> we'll agree to disagree on that. you're getting a hollywood star walk of fame. >> yes. >> good to see you. >> wonderful to see you, piers. >> we'll be right back. hold on, prilosec isn't for fast relief. cue up alka-seltzer. it stops heartburn fast. ♪ oh what a relief it is!
dictator kim jong-un saying north korea is not a paper tiger. it wouldn't be smart to dismiss its provocative behavior as pure bluster. this is serious. and outfront tonight, matthew chance, on the island of pyeongyo pyeongyong. how big of a step is the move to server the military hotline? >> well, they've done that before. but it's still a pretty big step. there are more than a million troops facing up against each other across one of the most volatile borders in the world. and so there are very few channels of communications between those two militaries. so when one of them is severed like this, obviously increases the possibility of a miscalculation of a misstep that could potentially escalate into something more serious. and that's one of the big concerns now. there's so little trust between the two sides, so little opportunity for them to communicate and coordinate. that could lead to something very dangerous indeed, erin. >> matthew, some people might say what were the hotlines really used for if they were only for emergencies? maybe they weren't really used. maybe this isn'
jong-un approves a plan to prepare standby rockets to hit u.s. targets. that move comes after those american stelt bombers flu to south korea to carry out a military exercise yesterday just about 50 miles from the north korean border. >>> as the ground continues to rumble and crumble, people north of seattle will have to decide real soon whether they should stay or whether they should get out. a massive landslide has put several homes there at risk. one home has already been lost. homeowners are telling cnn that they moved here for the view and now they're having to move things out. this was not the view they say they had anticipated. >>> okay. this is from the creepy file, folks. take a close look. do you see anything strange? ordinary guy? just maybe a little animated, maybe not animated enough? let me tell you, he's 100% animated. this is not a real live human being. this is a graphic animation. so incredibly realistic, developed by the company called activision. and revealed at a gaming conference just this week. you can look for this face or a face that's sort of like it coming
by north korea. look at this with me. here's the photo. here's the young leader. so behind kim jong-un, this is mainland strike plan. there are four missile trajectories, hawaii, washington, d.c., los angeles, and a fourth city that some say appears to be austin, texas. chris law wednesday, we don't believe north korea has rockets that can actually reach all the way to the u.s. mainland. so this is likely wishful thinking on their part. what is the real danger here? >> yeah, brook, u.s. officials are worried right now about austin. but they are worried about the tens of thousands of american troops who are stationed in bases in guam, japan, south korea. those locations are very much within reach of some of that north korean artillery and rockets. they're also worried about this young, inexperienced leader, kim yong-un. they're worried as this rhetoric continues to heat up and continues to go back and forth that his desire to prove to his own people that he is a strong leader may cause a rash action. something like shelling some of the border islands like north korea did a few years ago
at this with me. here's the photo. here's the young leader. so behind kim jong-un, this is mainland strike plan. there are four missile trajectories, hawaii, washington, d.c., los angeles, and a fourth city that some say appears to be austin, texas. chris law wednesday, we don't believe north korea has rockets that can actually reach all the way to the u.s. mainland. so this is likely wishful thinking on their part. what is the real danger here? >> yeah, brook, u.s. officials are worried right now about austin. but they are worried about the tens of thousands of american troops who are stationed in bases in guam, japan, south korea. those locations are very much within reach of some of that north korean artillery and rockets. they're also worried about this young, inexperienced leader, kim yong-un. they're worried as this rhetoric continues to heat up and continues to go back and forth that his desire to prove to his own people that he is a strong leader may cause a rash action. something like shelling some of the border islands like north korea did a few years ago. that could spark a low-level
provocation, there is no official form of communication. north korean leader kim jong-un has recently been on the border, addressing the troops. and he said, quote, to throw all enemies into the cauldron, break their weight and crack their windpipe on his orders. he also threatened to launch an attack on the headquarters of south korean marines on an island very close to the island which was shelled back in 2010. now, while he rallies his troops, the united states and south korea are holding their own sets of military drills on the korean peninsula and seoul has said if there's any military provocation from the north it will respond in a resolute and destructive manner. anna coren cnn on the north korean border. >>> john berman has a look at some of the other stories making news. >>> new information about that tragic suv crash in ohio that killed six of the eight teenagers on board. police say the owner of the honda passport had reported it stolen. eight people were packed into the vehicle, which is designed to really seat just five. cnn's brian todd spoke to some family members. he's with
plans to return to north korea this summer. telling khjv, he will vacation with kim jong-un. >> i don't condone what he does, but he's my friend. >> do you anticipate going over there again? >> yes, i had. in august. >> you are going over again? >> yes, vacation. yes. >> rodman sat next to the north korean leader as the two watched an exhibition basketball game in pyongyang. >>> michael bloomberg will appeal a decision to block a city ban on the sale of large sugary drinks. the ruling came just before the ban was to begin. cnn's mary snow has more for you. >> reporter: it was the fist of its kind effort in the country to ban soda, sugary drinks, even some types of coffee beverages from being served in containers larger than 16 ounces. part of michael bloomberg's effort to fight obesity. but beverage companies, restaurants, movie theaters and others went to court to fight back against what they called a nanny state. just hours before the ban was to take affect, a state supreme court judge invalidated the city's rule, saying it is arbitrary and capricious because it applies to some, but
jung unso he'll thing twice before another attack. >> in fact, north korea's leader kim jong-un recently threatened to wipe out south korean units on another border island. a defense official i spoke with said, look, they normally don't even talk about agreements like this. the fact that they are shoud be taken as a direct message to north korea. kate? >> sure hope it acts as a deterrent because you know that's what they're hoping for. chris lawrence, thanks so much. >>> now to the fight over gun control, which is raging here in washington, as well as outside the nation's capital. both sides are pulling out all the stops. on the one hand, a world-famous comedian and the world's richest mayor on the other, one of america's most powerful lobbies which is now being criticized for making its pitch even to residents of a town hit so hard by a recent school massacre. cnn's tom foreman has been look noog this. tom, it goes without saying that passions are so high on this issue, they have always been. but what is the latest? they are really going all-out here. >> they really are. what y
for a domestic audience to portray the leader kim jong-un as strong. but then there are propaganda films, like this right here, which depict north korea destroying our capital in an all-out attack. a recent cnn orc poll shows most americans do not take these threats seriously. but they do view north korea as a long-term threat to the united states. want to talk about this a little bit more with north korea specialist john park, with mit and harvard. welcome back. certainly provocative statements from north korea. not exactly new. what is different this time around? >> well, brooke, the environment is different. right now we have a situation where north korea has walked away from the 1953 armistice agreement that stopped the fighting between the combatants. also north korea is no longer answering the military hot line that in previous episodes provided a little more space for conflict management, crisis resolution of sorts. the tensions are definitely high and you look at all of these threats coming out of north korea. also we're seeing levels of heightened military exercises from the south kor
korea's increasingly aggressive stance against the united states. state media reports leader kim jong-un has ordered that rockets be put on standby ready to be fired at u.s. targets in the pacific. north korea issued this latest threat after the u.s. confirmed that it has b-2 stealth bombers over south korea as part of joint military exercises. the north considers those exercises a threat of war by the united states. >>> and the father of a former u.s. soldier now charged with conspiring with al qaeda in iraq as he fought in syria says that his son is no terrorist. in fact, he says that his son eric harroun is a hero for fighting alongside syria's opposition. the fbi arrested harroun on tuesday near dulles airport in virginia. they charged him with conspiring to use a weapon of mass destruction outside of the united states, specifically a rocket-propelled grenade. >>> what a run it has been for the s&p 500. yesterday's closing bell the index's 500 large u.s. companies put an exclamation point on a really impressive four-year rally. finishing up six points to close at an all-time record h
north korea's kim jong-un. this photo showing him meeting with the military and planning attacks. north korea says it's a response from the u.s. flying bomber planes over south korea yesterday as part of a joint military exercise. pentagon officials say they are not taking the north's threats lightly. jim walsh joining us from watertown, massachusetts. he joins from m.i.t., and has traveled to north korea before to discuss the nuclear issue. jim, is this a sign that north korea is likely to pull the trigger? what are they doing here? >> no, they are not going to pull the trigger. fundamentals have not changed. these are the core facts. north korea, the weaker of the two military powers. if there was a war, north korea would lose and lose badly. north korea doesn't want that to happen and that's not even counting the u.s. committing 20,000 troops on the peninsula to support our allies. the north koreans don't want a war, but clearly they want to provoke, maybe for domestic consumption for young new leader consolidating his position or winning the support of the military or it might be fo
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writes, i'm up i.m.'ing my boy, kim jong-un. once you get to know him, it's worse. >> that whole thing is just surreal. what's not surreal? "morning joe" starting right now. >>> i sat with him for two days. and the one thing -- he asked me to give obama something to say and do one thing. he wants obama to do one thing, call him. >> he wants a call from president obama? >> that's right. he told me that. he said, if you can, dennis. >> seriously? what more information do you need, nicolle wallace? good morning, everyone. that's diplomacy. >> sunday's show's a little different. >> that must have been behind the scenes online, right? no, come on, stop it, barnicle. it's too early. >> david brinkley also? that was rodman's second trip back to "this week." he was on with brinkley and cokie. >> dr. brzezinski. >> that would have been fun to watch. >> call him. >> i actually would have watched that. >> call him. >> wow. okay. >> what was that about? >> i don't know. i think that about says it all. and you just sit right there. good morning, everyone. it's monday, march 4th. i'm a little angry
. more than just a pretty face. derek jeter wrote one of the best to ever play the game. kim jong-un wrote the asian jonah hill. when i heard that hugo chavez died i -- sean penn wrote sat down and cried. john mccain wrote thought good, venezuela is finally free. george w. bush wrote panicked then remembered that my barber's name is mario chavez. i maintain my good looks with sofia wrote diet and exercise. ryan gosling wrote nutrition and grooming, mickey rourke wrote sunburn and bar fights. >> i was doing a mini series on the bible, jane lynch wrote it's full of wonderful stories. bob saget wrote, i hope they're respectful to the jews. larry king wrote, who's playing me? >>> up next, one of the economies of china, brazil and mexico have in common. according to our next guest, they all have something to teach the united states. peter blair henry, the dean of nyu's business school joins us with his new book. revolutionizing an industry can be a tough act to follow, but at xerox we've embraced a new role. working behind the scenes to provide companies with services... like helping hr d
wild. the head strong young leader kim jong un addresses his troops and issues a blood chilling threat. throw all enemies into the called ron, break their waists and crack their wind pipes. it was the same location he and his late father visited in november, 2010, just two days before the north shelled an island killing four south koreans. >> i am very concerned about what they might do and they certainly if they so chose could initiate provocative action against the south. >> reporter: north korea is threatening a preemptive nuclear strike not only on south korea but on the united states, too. prompting this answer to abc news. >> could north korea make good on its threat to hit the united states? >> they probably can't but we don't like margin of error, right, when it comes to -- >> that close? >> well, i don't think, it is not that close. >> reporter: but the u.s. still is trying to determine what north korea is capable of. u.s. intelligence officials tell cnn they have not determined what kind of nuclear material the north used in its underground test a month ago and an internation
of southern california. >>> more tough talks this morning from north korea and the regime of kim jong-un. today, north korea said it has cut off a key hotline with south korea, a move that increases the already high tensions in that region. a hotline had allowed cross-border travel to a jointly run industrial complex. north korea is doing that because in its words, war could break out at any moment. >>> magnitude 6 earthquake strung over taiwan. at least one person was killed crushed by a collapsing. falling objects -- >> a new sinkhole is apparently opened up three miles from where a man was killed by a sinkhole less than a month ago. this would be the fourth sinkhole in the area near tampa, florida, this month. a 37-year-old man died when his house was swallowed. tuesday, two families evacuated their duplex. officials are testing the soil around the homes. >>> now for a look at what's trending today. our quick roundup of what has you talking online. there is outrage on yahoo and elsewhere over a specialty food store in australia that charges customers a $5 looking fee. if they buy noth
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